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Supreme Court hearing case on Ohio voters purged from rolls
The Supreme Court will hear arguments Wednesday in an Ohio law case where voters are removed from voter rolls if they skip casting a ballot in a federal election over a two-year period. NBC’s Pete Williams reports.
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